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Soldiers from 116th Panzer Division were halted on a road to check position during  Battle of the Bulge

Soldiers from 116th Panzer Division were halted on a road to check position during Battle of the Bulge

A German mortar team operating an 8 cm. Granatwerfer 34 close to a 'knocked out' T-34/76 Soviet tank near Stalingrad. c. September 1942 (Colourised by Royston Leonard UK)

A German mortar team operating an 8 cm. Granatwerfer 34 close to a 'knocked out' T-34/76 Soviet tank near Stalingrad. c. September 1942 (Colourised by Royston Leonard UK)

GIs digging hasty foxholes near Berisment. For the soldier in the foreground it was too late. 6 january 1945.

GIs digging hasty foxholes near Berisment. For the soldier in the foreground it was too late. 6 january 1945.

vintage everyday: World War II Photos in Color This shows how easily you could die or live

vintage everyday: World War II Photos in Color This shows how easily you could die or live

The Battle of the Bulge 16 December 1944 - 28 January 1945: German infantry advancing during the Battle of the Bulge; two soldiers pass a burning US Army vehicle. The soldier in the foreground is a teenager. His comrade following appears to be much older. By the end of 1944, German manpower was in desperate shortage.

The Battle of the Bulge 16 December 1944 - 28 January 1945: German infantry advancing during the Battle of the Bulge; two soldiers pass a burning US Army vehicle. The soldier in the foreground is a teenager. His comrade following appears to be much older. By the end of 1944, German manpower was in desperate shortage.

Destroyed American 76 mm Gun Motor Carriage (GMC) M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer and M3A1 Halftrack in the background, lost to the German artillery fire near Bastogne, 29 December 1944.

Destroyed American 76 mm Gun Motor Carriage (GMC) M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer and M3A1 Halftrack in the background, lost to the German artillery fire near Bastogne, 29 December 1944.

A soldier from the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, 7th Armoured Division, emerges from his foxhole armed with a PIAT, 28 December 1944.

A soldier from the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, 7th Armoured Division, emerges from his foxhole armed with a PIAT, 28 December 1944.

Maj. Gen. James M. Gavin, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division, in Belgium during the Bulge, Dec. 1944

Maj. Gen. James M. Gavin, commander of the 82nd Airborne Division, in Belgium during the Bulge, Dec. 1944

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